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china's central bank cut a key interest rate. the question this morning in the u.s., what's going to happen when the bell rings on wall street in about 90 minutes? jill wagner of the new york stock exchange has more. reporter: china's main market plunged for a fourth straight day this morning one day after stocks suffered their biggest tumble in eight years. the massive sell-off triggered by fears of an economic slowdown in the country. >> part of the real issue here is we don't generally feel like we know exactly what's going on in china on a good day. and this isn't a good day. [ bell ] >> reporter: on monday, the dow plunged more than 1,000 points in the first few minutes of trading. then briefly it rallied back before closing the day down 588 points. some analysts say instead of being concerned, investors should focus on diversifying. >> if you are approaching retirement and you have 80% of your money in stocks, then your portfolio is upside-down. it should be the other way around. if you are 26, this is a speed bump. >> reporter: to help stabilize the global markets the obama administration has called on
china to move toward a more market-determined exchange rate. jill wagner, cbs news, at the new york stock exchange. today the san jose city council is expected to approve a plan to finally end the dispute between city leaders and its public safety workers. kpix 5's kiet do is live in san jose this morning with more on the agreement expected to save the city over $1 billion in the next 30 years. reporter: we are hours away from san jose turning the page and closing a painful chapter in its history. this was the san jose city council set to vote on this new deal at 1:30 this afternoon. now, as part of the negotiations, san jose will still save $1.7 billion over the next 30 years by switching to a lower cost healthcare plan and also eliminating pension bonuses. now, after the voters overwhelmingly passed measure b three years ago, san jose has seen a mass exodus of officers retiring or leaving for other departments with sjpd shrinking from 1400 down to just 900
officers. now, among some of the details for both the cops of the firefighters it reinstates the previous definition of disability and creates an independent medical panel to determine eligibility for disability benefits. now, as for the police officers themselves, they will get an 8% raise, 5% bonus and officers who left can also claim the bonus if they come back and bilingual officers will get a raise. >> mistakes have been made for many years on many issues and there's undoubtedly things we all would have done differently. >> if we could have got something like this early on and -- and saved this police department, we would have done it in a heartbeat. >> reporter: this basically means measure b is out to be replaced with this new deal. and that it goes to the voters in november 2016 to lock the deal in. live in san jose, kiet do, kpix 5. a suspected drunk driver is in custody after allegedly killing a pedestrian in fremont. police say just before 9:00 last night a car traveling on
fremont boulevard hit a woman in her 30s near nick let avenue. she apparently was outside of the crosswalk. the man behind the wheel did stop. he was arrested on suspicion of dui. also new this morning, one person rushed to the hospital after a fire in the mission district. firefighters were called to a building on shot well street last night. and when they got there, they found flames shooting out of the third floor. the fire spread to another building before crews got it under control. one person is being treated for smoke inhalation. all right. i think we're all here, right on this tuesday morning? >> mentally i'm still in the west indies. i know you like going in the water, you will be glad to know that the jellyfish in the west indies hurt as much as the ones in hawaii. >> reporter involvement. [ laughter ] good morning, heading out the door, we have a marine layer and now i'm getting reports about 1600 feet deep so we'll probably see delays at sfo on arriving flights but
right now it's a gray slate in the 50s and 60s. breezy winds late day west 10 to 15 miles per hour. temperatures 60s and 70s at the coast and the bay rising to the 80s with sunshine across the peninsula. it's summertime in the bay area. low 90s inland. complete forecast at 18 minutes after the hour. we have a closure at the heart of the dublin interchange. we are getting our first picture now of this tractor- trailer which overturned spilling its load of gravel across lanes of west 580. this is right on the ramp leading towards northbound 680. so as crews work to clear this up they have shut down that transition ramp meaning there is no freeway access at this hour for folks leaving the livermore valley bound for san ramon. take this alternate to exit at doherty hopyard and take dublin interchange to get back over to northbound 680. those are your alternates right now. chp is not telling us when it think they will have this cleared up so we'll continue to update you but as of this hour
we are looking at 20-minute delays for those folks leaving the livermore valley. clearing traffic headaches. that will be the goal today as the santa clara county board of supervisors talks about ways to find traffic congestion relief efforts. right now most of the transportation tax being used to bring bart to san jose but a new tax proposal would go mainly to road projects. if approved, the tax will go on the november 2016 ballot. the fbi is offering a $20,000 reward for information leading to the arrest of marcos daniel robes accused dan robles. some of the rounds he fired allegedly hit a restaurant and killed a child. a man accused of killing a hayward police officer is due in court this morning. mark estrada faces murder charges scheduled to return to the hayward hall of justice to finalize his legal representation and possibly enter a plea. last month sergeant scott lunger was shot and killed near
myrtle and lions streets. police say estrada opened fire for no reason and also exchanged gunfire with lung- goer's partner. he drove away and abandoned his truck in east oakland and then showed up at a hospital with gunshot wounds. investigators are working to connect the dots between two killings in louisiana. police say a state trooper was shot and killed by kevin daigle accused of shooting the trooper with a sawed-off shotgun after the trooper found him in a truck at the side of the road. that truck belonged to a man who was also killed not far from the shooting scene. daigle is in custody. today the man accused of killing a woman on pier 14 is due in court. the shooting of kate steinle was an accident according to the defendant. the judge will hear the case if there is enough case for a murder trial. sanchez is an illegal immigrant and the feds wanted san francisco sheriff's to keep him
in jail. republican presidential candidates jeb bush and donald trump are battling it out over immigration. bush was at the mexican border yesterday while trump was talking about deportation. cbs' hannah daniels with the latest developments on the campaign. reporter: the barbs continue. in an interview with bill o'reilly trump said illegal immigrants will be out of the country on day one of his presidency saying, quote, they will be out so fast, your head will spin. >> we have to get them out and some of these people are causing tremendous problems. all you have to do is look at the crime wave. >> reporter: republicans have identified illegal immigration as an important topic for conservative voters. and former florida governor jeb bush has been sparring with trump on the issue for days. during a campaign stop near the us-mexican border bush said trump's plan to build a wall on the border expensive and unrealistic. >> it will cost hundreds of
billions of dollars. it will violate people's civil liberties. it will create friction with our third largest trading partner that's not necessary. and i think he is wrong about this. >> reporter: jeb bush brings long distance at accusations he had been insensitive to latino voters by using the term anchor babies a reference to children born in america of illegal immigrant parents. >> i think we need to take a step back and chill out as it relates to the political correctness that somehow you have to be scolded every time you say something. >> reporter: the sparring continues today as bush heads to colorado and trump holds a rally in iowa. hannah daniels for cbs news. huge relief for about 5,000 high school students who couldn't graduate this year because the state canceled a required exit exam. senate passed a bill to exempt this year's class from the exam. governor brown will sign the bill. coming up a message to the homeless. how san francisco's mayor plans to clean up and clear out in time for the super bowl
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good morning. time check is 5:12. taking a look at mineta international airport where we have overcast skies. temperatures there today very seasonal into the 80s. i have the full microclimate forecast featuring rain returning to the bay area. that's coming up in just about 4 minutes from now. heavy rains and debris are causing honolulu's sewer system to overnow. waikiki beach is a ghost town half a million gallons of raw sewage spilled into the water. last time something like this happened was back in 2006 when more than 48 million gallons of raw sewage was dumped into the water. people won't be allowed into the water at waikiki beach until the end of the week. firefighters are making progress against the latest wildfire in lake county. the grade fire started yesterday northeast of middletown. cal fire says that at one point as many as 20 structures were
threatened and one building was destroyed. that fire is now 50% contained. it's burned about 25 acres. also in lake county crews are still working to contain the peterson fire but it's been a tough battle. last update, the flames are 30% contained. this fire broke out on saturday. 215 acres have bernd. insurance giant geico agreed to pay a $6 million settlement in connection with the claims that the company had discriminatory auto insurance pricing. the consumer federation of california will announce the agreement at a press conference in san francisco today. the cfc says the insurer unfairly overcharged poor low income women and single drivers. target has also agreed to a discrimination settlement. the company will pay $2.8 million to thousands of rejected job candidates for upper level positions. the retailer was cited by the equal employment opportunity commission for using tests in its hiring process to screen
out applicants based on race and gender. target has agreed to revise its procedures. a bay area woman thought she would never see a treasured family painting again after it was swiped off her doorstep but then, something unexpected happened. kpix 5's christin ayers with the story. reporter: nelly hill has loved it since the day her parents brought it home from paris. that was back in 1957. the artist even wrote a note to her parents on the back [ non- english language ] >> i have always loved the painting because of the nature of the kind of quiet nature scene that pulls you in. >> reporter: so she was delighted last january when her mom gave her painting just months before she died. >> and she said, yes, and told everybody that's nelly's. >> reporter: she had it shipped in illinois but within an hour of it being delivered someone stole it. >> it was gone. >> reporter: nelly went on a campaign to find it. she posted a sign on her house.
>> please return the painting. reward. no questions asked. >> reporter: and sent information about the painting to the website stolen911.com. its creator a bay area chp officer calls it the craigslist of stolen property. nelly was hopeful. but 7 months ticked by and then last week -- >> the phone call was a complete surprise. and he said, we have your painting. >> reporter: the man on the other end had a dubious story about an art collector friend passing it on to him but when he saw the painting on stolen911 he called her and then brought it to her. >> it was a godsend, just a miracle. >> reporter: the frame has a few dings but nelly thinks those can be fixed. this, she says, is the happy ending her mother, who died in may, would have wanted. >> she would like the story. [ laughter ] >> the painting had an adventure. [ laughter ] >> now it's getting seen by a lot of people, which it deserves. >> reporter: in berkeley, christin ayers, kpix 5. >> well, the chp says this is the first time a piece of art
has been recovered through the stolen911 website. there's trouble on the road ahead this morning. let's get the latest with liza. >> we have better news for you. this accident is in the clearing stages now. but it's still got the west 580 connector ramp to northbound 680 shut down. this accident happened around 4:00 this morning involving a gravel big rig overturning spilling its load. now caltrans sweepers are just about done cleaning up the debris from the roadway. the rig has been uprighted and now they are in the process of re-opening at least part of that transition ramp. expect big time delays because it was shut down for over 30 minutes. traffic very heavy westbound 580 jammed up almost solid all the way to the altamont pass. so some alternates in the meantime until they actually do re-open that ramp. if you need to head over to northbound 680 you can exit off at doherty dublin interchange to northbound 680 or you can take stoneridge depending where your destination is.
the rest of the commute. it is wide open at the bay bridge toll plaza, very light traffic for this tuesday morning with drive times holding steady at 19 minutes between the carquinez bridge and the maze. that's a look at your "kcbs traffic." now to roberta. welcome back, roberta. >> thank you. good morning. have i been missing me some weather watchers! let's see who is checking in bright and early. napa, you're reporting -- dave is reporting 50 degrees in napa. boy. that's chilly out the door this morning. we also have with the cooler temperatures a deck of low clouds and fog. right now by the way at the airport in napa they are reporting 55 degrees so microclimates coming into play. thanks, dave, for that report. temperatures 62 degrees in san jose. overcast skies. you can see that deck of low clouds and fog roughly about 1600 feet deep stacked up next to the coastline there. we are also taking a look at subtropical moisture trying to lift into southern california.
otherwise we have this huge dome of high pressure that will be in command through thursday. this area of low pressure comes into play and it will swipe the bay area friday through monday increasing cloud cover. temperatures today into the 90s at the state capital. low 70s monterey bay once the clouds lift. 84 degrees in the high sierra and we are talking about our temperatures pretty much where they should be for this time of the year 70s across the bay 70s at the coast, 80s peninsula, 80s, 90s away from the bay into our inland areas a bit of a breeze west 10 to 15 miles per hour. ditto on wednesday. notice the cloud cover over the weekend with that slight chance of rain but, boy, we have us some baseball tonight. i'm talking baseball! . matt cain on the mound for the good guys. cubs are playing some of the best baseball in years. it will be a great series. the giants are about a game and a half behind the dodgers in the standings. >> wow. >> you look excited. >> traffic and weather and sports together, amazing. >> love me some baseball.
>> thank you. today is your chance to get away from the hustle and bustle of the city if you can and enjoy the serenity of our national parks for free. national park service is celebrating its 99th birthday by offering the public free admission to all of its sites and that includes yosemite. in less than six months san francisco will be at the center of the football universe for super bowl 50. events for super bowl city will be sharing the same streets as san francisco's homeless. and mayor lee says those people will have to go. historically san francisco has been very tolerant with the homeless and any move to target them gets vocal opposition. >> i have to have an alternative because otherwise we are just moving them from one area to the other. we'll give you an alternative. we are always going to be supportive but you have to go. >> public works crews, police and social services will be involved and the super bowl host committee says with so much going on there won't be room for the homeless. the restaurant chain
chipotle is going on a hiring binge. each location will interview up to 60 applicants on september 9 between 8 and 11 a.m. the goal is to hire 4,000 new employees. the chain is trying to attract applicants by pointing out that 10,000 of its hourly employees have been promoted to management over the last year. now at 20 minutes after 5:00 on your tuesday morning, security concerns at san jose airport following several breaches. now the feds say they are stepping in to fix the problem. >> and i'm dennis o'donnell. coming up, did your stock take a hit? you might want to invest in jared haines. the rugby star makes his case
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chp making great progress clearing up the accident westbound 580 on the northbound transition ramp to 680. this overturned big rig. they have cleaned up gravel in lanes. in the meantime, west 580 transition ramp to both directions of 680 are closed as of this minute. but they are in the process of re-opening it in the meantime expect big-time delays for westbound 580 currently backed up beyond fallon. i'll give you another update on
the dublin interchange, give you some alternates to the delays in just a few minutes. good morning, everyone. a's in seattle yesterday. mike gallego out as the third base coach replaced byron washington where he used to be with the a's. they overcame a 5-0 deficit with a seven run 5th inning. a's beat the mariners 11-5. former rugby star jarryd hayne topped his debut last weekend by leading san francisco with 54 yards rushing against the dallas cowboys. this guy only his second game of football. hayne's dream of make the nfl looking more realistic. >> jarryd, you were on punt return coverage where you made a fantastic play. you were on kickoff coverage, you ran the football, caught the football. what don't you do? >> um, i don't play
quarterback. [ laughter ] >> not yet. two more games. what has been the most difficult transition from rugby to the nfl? >> i think the whole game in general. i'm still getting used to lowering my pads and running the blocks and the run -- i run plays and what not. so there's a whole bunch of things not just one single area. the whole game in general. i'm just trying my best every week and studying and, you know, just really enjoying the process. >> and that game and that interview were picked up by channel 7's sydney, australia, yesterday. they already got 5,000 hits. this guy has gone international. his next game 49ers at denver on saturday. right here on channel 5, by the way. i'm dennis o'donnell. see you tonight. time for the play of the day featuring a former giants fan favorite. well, we still like him. adam laroche of the chicago white sox foul ball to the left side, boston's third baseman
pablo sandoval dragging it the whole way. the falls over the tarp makes the catch. that's your play of the day. 26 minutes after 5:00. three northern california men honored for their bravery on hey train in france. how their hometown is planning to celebrate their heroic actions. >> the city council here in san jose is set to make it official today giving san jose police officers a raise and signing officers a raise and signing bonus to keep them from leaving,
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street following yesterday's meltdown. the impact the wild ride had on businesses. >> and hundreds of trees on the chopping block to create a smoother commute. how this new plan is creating controversy. >> and the ramp now is open at the dublin interchange 580 to 680. we'll have alternates coming up. >> from the kpix 5 weather center, we have rain! it's back in the forecast. i'll tell you when coming up. good morning. it's tuesday, august 25. i'm brian hackney. >> i'm maria medina. with one hour to go on the opening bell on wall street hoping for a big rebound after a sell-off today. international markets are coming back except japan and china which fell another 7.6%. the rebounding european markets could signal the worst is over for now. as for your retirement account, experts say yesterday's losses should not be a disaster. >> if you are approaching
retirement and have 80% in stocks, it should be the other way around. if you're 26 this is a speed bump. it means nothing. keep pouring money into the market. this will work itself out in the end. >> let's hope so. the nasdaq says selling on wall street was so intense yesterday the exchange traded funds were automatically halted more than 1200 times cbs news business analyst jill schlesinger will join us soon with more on how to respond. the san jose city council is expected to approve a plan to end the dispute between the city and its public safety workers. kiet do has more on the agreement, expected to save san jose over $1 billion. >> reporter: let the rebuilding of the san jose police department begin, the city council set to vote on the new deal at 1:30 this afternoon. now, as part of the negotiations, san jose still on track to save about $1.7 billion over the next 30 years by switching to a lower cost healthcare plan and eliminating
pension bonuses. back in 2012 voters overwhelmingly passed measure b but then san jose saw a mass exodus of officers retiring and leaving for other departments. sjpd shrank from 1400 to 900 officers. now, among some of the details of the new deal for cops an firefighters, it reinstates the previous definition of disability, creates an independent medical panel to determine eligibility for disability benefits. as for the officers, they will get an 8% raise and a 5% signing bonus and officers who left can also claim that bonus if they come back and bilingual officers will get a raise. >> facebook and twitter and text machine, there's been lots of buzz amongst our officers that have left. and there have been several that have contacted us already about coming become. this just is tremendous for us and it's going to get us back to the premiere department that we once were. >> reporter: so this basically means measure b is out to be
replaced with this new deal. the whole thing gets sent to the voters in november of 2016. live in downtown san jose, kiet do, kpix 5. a warning this morning to residents in the marin headlands. don't drink the water unless you boil it first. this water fountain is covered to keep people from drinking out of it after e. coli was found in the water. the bacteria was discovered through routine testing but the source of the contamination isn't known. officials will retest later this week. 33 minutes after 5:00. was it a dream or did you actually say rain? >> there's a slight chance. you know, it's one of those little teases out there. it's just a very slim chance of some rain returning here to the bay area but most notably some cooler temperatures. we're starting to take the little curve from summer into autumn. one thing you'll notice staying darker later in the morning. official sun you know 6:34. sunset 7:39. we'll have 13 hours and 15 minutes of daylight today. we are kick-starting with
overcast skies. a marine layer out there this morning, temperatures in the 50s and 60s. later today, very seasonal, 70s, 80s and 90s. 94 degrees in discovery bay east of the bay. 60s to the 80s north of the golden gate bridge. full forecast coming up at 48 minutes after the hour. the big accident we had at the dublin interchange has been cleared. all transition ramps are now open leading from westbound 580 to 680. but the damage is done. that westbound 580 commute jammed up solid for several miles. in fact, westbound 580 as we go to the map very slow backed up beyond fallon. and that's going to be where you're going to want to exit off and take dublin boulevard as your alternate to those delays on 580. i'll give you another update on your tuesday commute in just a few minutes. all right. a suspected drunk driver is in custody after allegedly killing a pedestrian in fremont. police say just before 9:00 last night a car traveling on
fremont boulevard hit a woman in her 30s near nicolette avenue walking outside the crosswalk. the man stopped. he was arrested for dui. one person was rushed to the hospital overnight after a two-alarm fire in the mission. firefighters were called to a building on shotwell street last night. when they got there they found flames shooting out the third floor. fire spread to another building before crews got it under control. one person is being treated for smoke inhalation. >> controversial plans to make the san francisco commute smoother put hundreds of trees on the chopping block. but kpix 5's mark kelly tells us a lot of people are saying not so fast. >> reporter: here in san francisco, even the trees have been handed their eviction notice. >> the last thing we need to do is be depleting our dream canopy in the city. >> reporter: she is worried the wildlife won't know where to go.
>> it's just really important that somebody speak for the trees, birds and bees. >> currently our average bus speed on van ness is 8 miles an hour. >> the loss of large trees is always painful. >> reporter: many unhappy with the plan to replace these trees with fresh asphalt and a bus lane. a spokesman says some of these trees are diseased. and a few of the healthy ones will get a new home. >> we are doing everything we can to preserve the trees and at the same time, continue to move people more efficiently along the very important corridor. >> reporter: muni says the new bus lane will improve travel time along van ness by 32%. to make up for the loss of trees, the city will plant 400 new ones on either side of the new bus lane. terry hopes the city buys organic. >> if they don't, what they will do is they will be planting little nuclear bomb trees that will be poisonous to anything that takes a bite out of it or tries to eat a seed.
in other news the man charged with kidnapping a milpitas boy is expected to enter a flee court today. alfonso david eddington is accused of abducting the 3-year- old from a milpitas library back in june. the boy was found a short time later after a vta driver spotted the pair on his bus. eddington is charged with felony kidnap. the 23-year-old faces up to 11 years in prison if convicted. afraid uc-berkeley chief margo bennett went for a jog at point isabel in richmond. her gun and badge were stolen from her car, work laptop, ring and others. there are a lot of burglaries in the area because it's close to the freeway. republican rivals jeb bush and donald trump are going head to head over immigration. the two presidential candidates have been debating it for days.
immigration is an important topic for conservative voters. last night, trump said that undocumented immigrants would be out of the country on day one of his presidency. >> we have to get them out and some of these people are causing tremendous problems. all you have to do is look at the crime wave. >> yesterday, bush was at the mexican border. he called trump's plan to build a wall on the border expensive and unrealistic. he also noted that it would violate people's civil liberties and create friction with mexico the third largest trading partner with the u.s. stocks took a dive yesterday with dow down by more than 1,000 at the opening and ending about 600 points down. cbs news business analyst jill schlesinger reports. >> reporter: a combination of things, first of the fear that china's economy is slowing down. that's recent. obviously the world's second largest economy which generates
roughly a third of global growth has a big impact on the rest of the world and here in the u.s. the question is, that if there's a hiccup over there, could u.s. companies have a tough time making more money? additionally the drop in oil we're now below $40 a barrel pressuring the energy sector and, of course, investors have been worrying about when and how fast the fed will increase interest rates. put it all together we have a rough day yesterday. now, i know we are down almost 600 points but this morning, the futures markets are all pointing much higher. looks like we are going to see the dow rise by 400 points when we open up in an hour. >> you know, jill, asking what investors should do is like asking a realtor, is it a good time to buy? a realtor will never say, oh, it's a bad time to buy. so similarly, i know that basically, it's always a good time to invest. but really what should investors do? >> i would say actually don't do a lot of anything.
you want to take a deep breath, remember you're in this for the long term so you haven't put all your eggs in one basket. try not to make any rash decisions on these days both a day like yesterday when markets are down but also today when things are rising. just maintain your diversified portfolio and stick to your game plan and don't let those emotions draw you into doing something that you might regret later. things will rises today. >> we'll see. stay tuned. we are about 50 minutes away from the opening. jill schlesinger, thank you. authorities are searching for a hiker in fresno counties. the 62-year-old woman set out on a group hike a week ago and got separated from the group in the sierra national forest. she was last seen on thursday. the national guard is using a blackhawk helicopter to help look for her. smoke from nearby wildfires is making searches by air difficult. 20 minutes before 6:00 now.
looking at your uv index for this tuesday, august 25, you know, i just returned from vacation. and i have sunscreen is my middle name. you need it today. your uv index is 9.1. high risk of harm from unprotected sun exposure. the key hours 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. i got your full forecast coming up in four minutes. look at this. this is what happens when it rains a lot. today sydney, australia is recovering from rain, hail and flooding.
drains overflowed last night. the water clogged roads, overran footpaths. some drivers ignored the warnings and got stuck. along with the rain, strong winds outside of sydney toppled trees and damaged roofs. one of the three americans who tackled a gunman on a train in france got the red carpet treatment. anthony sadler was a guest of honor at the premiere of "straight outta compton" in france last night. the sacramento state university student told reporters he feels like he is in a dream. earlier monday sadler and two friends from sacramento received france's highest award of the presidential -- at the presidential palace in paris. the french president said they gave the world a lesson in coverage. spencer stone said the gunman was ready to fight to the end. >> seemed like he just kept pulling more weapons left and right pulled out a handgun, alek took that. took out a box cutter started jabbing at me with that. >> when police arrested him, they found automatic weapons and 300 rounds of ammo.
sacramento will throw a parade for the three friends and the president of sacramento state says offers are pouring in to help sadler pay for his last year of school. san jose airport stepping up security with a lot of razor wire. the airport is getting $3 million in federal funds to help close security gaps. a teen sparked the change after he hopped the fence and stowed away on a flight to hawaii. the airport is taking bids to build the fence and it should be done by next may. the maryland department of public safety is crediting prison officials for stopping a drone from delivering contraband. two men were arrested near the state prison. investigators believe they were trying to load the drone with drugs and send it flying over the prison's barbed wire to an inmates. that inmate could face charges. >> we have too many acronyms in our business. ycmtsu. you can't make this stuff up. this is the first case in
maryland where a drone is suspected in a contraband delivery plot. >> investigators said the drone is capable of carrying up to 8 ounces of contraband. an invasion of 49ers fans on game time days, many like to take advantage of the location because it has easy access to caltrain and vta so it could you tell down on congestion it will cost -- so to cut down on congestion it will cost $10 to catch the vta. extra patrols to enforce the three-hour parking limits. residents aren't sure it will help. >> time will tell. there are a lot of people who will park here anyway and pay a fine so they can have the convenience. or will they pay a fine? will there be a fine or whatever? >> i want that hat. mountain view is also put together a plan to deal with all the traffic from super bowl 50 next year. it is 5:46. we're all here.
that hat would look great on you. >> is that brian's square? >> it's the letter b and a friend gave it to me because i like to play scrabble. so it has scrabble letters on it. >> your letter would only get 3 points. >> better than -- it's more than an m. [ laughter ] >> how about an r? >> more than an r. r is just 1. i have nothing to contribute to that. sorry. >> z must be big money. >> 10! >> 10 points for a z. let's talk about the long delay. we have had backups this morning because of major accident which shut down part of the dublin interchange. the accident involving the overturned big rig is long gone. traffic along westbound 580 is stacked up solid again solid now from the 205 interchange stays heavy to the dublin interchange where all ramps are now open but still if you want to use an alternate and save
yourself time exit off at fallon. take dublin boulevard which runs parallel to 580. you can use that as an alternate to delays on the freeway. as we move to the silicon valley everything is as it should be with very light traffic for 101. no delays in that northbound direction leaving morgan hill. it is backed up right now. you can see right here sensors picking up slow traffic approaching and passing the 280/680 interchange. that's your "kcbs traffic." now to roberta with an r. [ laughter ] >> 48 minutes after the hour. good morning, everybody. i look at this and i go that's good sleeping weather. we have the return of the marine layer pretty compressed this morning. but no doubt it will cause some delays at sfo on some arriving flights. at this hour 57 degrees in santa rosa. it's 62 in oakland. it's in the 50s in concord and check that out, we have subtropical moisture again lifting out of the state of arizona towards the desert southwest nicking the areas in between barstow and victorville as well as los angeles, cloud
cover this morning. we have compressed marine layer. we are under the influence of high pressure. we'll have sunshine from the coast to the inland areas. that's in command until thursday. then we have an area of low pressure well to the north of the bay area. that's going to nick the bay area starting on friday drawing down cooler air mass and also a slight chance of a raindrop or two. i'll share that seven-day forecast with you but right now we are looking at 94 in ukraine today. 80s throughout the high sierra. 96 in sacramento. sun-up at 6:34. by the time it sets tonight at 7:49, 13 hours and about 11 minutes of daylight. temperatures upper 60s and low 70s at the beaches today and across the bay into 75 in alameda, berkeley and el cerrito. 80s will be common around the peninsula and jumping up to the 90s inland. west breeze 10 to 15 miles per hour. we have your cloud cover on friday all the way through the weekend. cooler temperatures a slight chance of raindrops but hey, by the way, big series in town tonight as the giants play host
to the chicago cubs. we have cain on the mound for the good guys. 66 tumbling down to 63 degrees. enjoy your tuesday. >> thank you. a video of of a california dad who applauds his son for choosing a doll at the toy store has gone viral. >> watch his heartwarming promise to his 4-year-old. >> now, how do you think a dad feels when his son wants to get this? >> yeah! >> yeah! >> that's how i feel. right, suri? i let my boys choose their life. that's how mama and i, you know, that's how week, right? we just say whatever. >> well, all right. whatever. the dad went on to tell his sons that he promises to love them and accept them no matter what life they choose. the video has been viewed more than 13 million times. >> cute. [ child screaming at the top of his lungs ] >> except the screaming. time now is 5:50. next up possible pot
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this morning,. a deck of low clouds this morning. >> traffic backed up at the 880 overcrossing. details on both coming up. the brick walls caved in when a charter bus crashed into a building in queens, new york, six people were hurt. but they are expected to be okay. investigators say the bus careened into the three-story building while trying to avoid another car. that driver was making an illegal turn. >> oakland-based company just broke ground on a new battery recycling plant in nevada. federal officials say it's the first of its kind in the world. aqua metals ceo steve clark did the honors at the site on the friday. price tag $30 million. the spokesman says the facility will be more efficient than
others like it. lawmakers are trying to get a jump on the legalization of marijuana in california. one bill would require the chp to determine whether a person is too high to drive and the health department would be required to test pot products. another would create a state agency to license and create operating rules for medical marijuana businesses. environmental issues will be at the center of the second and final day of the lake tahoe summit. governor jerry brown and senator dianne feinstein were among the leaders speaking from california yesterday. the big item on the agenda was the lake tahoe restoration act that will keep the federal government invested in restoration programs around the lake. california, nevada leaders also discussed ways to curb wildfires. now at 5 minutes before 6:00 it's one of the bay area's most contentious issues. details on a big victory for affordable housing advocates. >> the city council set to make it official and give san jose police officers a raise and a
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good morning. it's tuesday, august 25. i'm maria medina. >> i'm brian hackney. frank is off this week. >> investors are hoping for a recovery after huge losses on wall street yesterday. china's main market just had its worst day in 8 years. but the european markets regained some losses yesterday. that has american investors breathing easier. jill wagner with the latest from the new york stock exchange. reporter: china's main market plunged for a fourth straight day this morning one day after stocks suffered their biggest tumble in eight years. china's shanghai index lost 8.5% monday. the massive sell-off triggered
by fears of an economic slowdown in the country. >> part of the real issue is we don't generally feel like we know exactly what's going on in china on a good day and this isn't a good day. [ bell ] >> reporter: the turbulence in asia has sent financial markets around the world into a tailspin. on monday, the dow plunged more than 1,000 points in the first few minutes of trading. then briefly rallied back before closing down 588. the steep decline was the worst for the dow since 2011. but some analysts say instead of being concerned, investors should focus on diversifying. >> if you're approaching retirement and you have 80% offer money in stocks, then your portfolio is upside-down. it should be closer to the other way around. if you are 26, this is a speed butch. it means absolutely nothing. keep pouring money into the market. this will work out in the end. >> reporter: to help stabilize the global markets, the obama administration has called on klein to move to a marked- determined -- china to move to a market-determined